The temple of Le Rouve (Le Rouve Bas, Saint-André-de-Lancize, Lozère, in the Cevennes National Park): currently disused, the temple will house a memorial site dedicated to the history of the Camisards and to past and current struggles against all forms of oppression.
Le Rouve Bas (Saint-André-de-Lancize, Lozère, Cevennes National Park): the village and the temple.
Cevenol landscape in the autumn (Bougès mountains, Upper Cévennes): the village of Le Rouve Bas is visible in the background.
Le-Pont-de-Montvert, Lozère, Cevennes National Park: In this town was held the first action of the Camisards, who had come at the instigation of Abraham Mazel to free Protestants imprisoned by the Abbot du Chayla. This was the starting point of the Camisard War, which ignited the Cevennes for eight years (1702-1710).
The house of Pierre Séguier, called Esprit Séguier, in the hamlet of Majestavols (Cassagnas, Lozère). A famous Camisard chief, he was with Abraham Mazel and others less well-known at the head of the first Camisard insurrection, which ended the life of the Abbot du Chayla at Le-Pont-de-Montvert on 24 July 1702. Esprit Séguier was burned in the same city on 12 August.
A fortified house called "Castle Devèze" in Trabassac (Lozère), site of clashes during the Camisard War.
Typical Cevenol house Pravisol, Saint-Privat-de-Vallongue, Lozère, Cevennes National Park.
Vimbouches village on the foothills of the Bougès (Saint-Frézal-de-Ventalon, Lozère): schist house typical of the region.
Inside the old temple of Le-Collet-de-Dèze (Lozère), the oldest temple in France (1646), with its splendid barrel vault.